Synergy Jeep Wrangler Parts

New Parts: Synergy Suspension for Jeep Wrangler


One of the top concerns of any Jeep off-roader is breaking parts on the trail and being stranded. With this in mind, we are proud to offer the high-quality parts from Synergy Suspension.

Synergy Suspension parts are designed by engineers with over 10 years of experience in suspension products for off-road driving. The parts have been put through countless hours of hardcore testing with a focus of the components that make up the part. This focus results in a superior product which has seen real-world testing on the toughest trails like the Hammer Trails in Johnson Valley, CA, Moab and the deserts of Southern California.

Their full line of off-road parts are optimized and designed with premium materials adding a minimal amount of weight while being extremely durable. Simply put: when you break everything else, you buy Synergy.

The majority of Synergy Suspension’s parts are made in the USA.

Extreme Terrain carries all Synergy Suspension parts for the Jeep Wrangler including:

  • Lift Kits
  • Skid plates
  • Springs
  • Spacers
  • Control Arms
  • Brake Line Relocation Kits
  • Ball Joints

The Synergy Suspension Lift Kits Advantage

Synergy Suspension lift kits come with all the parts you need to do a complete modification. All parts in the kits come with an abrasive-resistant power-coating which offers a durable and corrosion resistant finish. It is a bolt-on design with minimal modification needed.

Their CNC-precision designed progressive wound coil springs, made to keep them from coming unbound, as well as the control arms fixed position results in handling trail hazards without fear of component failure.

The range of Synergy Suspension parts offered by Extreme Terrain means you can mod your entire Jeep project with their products or you can pick and choose the parts/pieces you need. Whichever you choose, Synergy Suspension parts are built to last.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

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